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A side of Interstitial Cystitis please! by Lesa Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:22pm Yesterday went smooth but gosh did that anesthesia kick my butt! I am just coming around to post here while not feeling dizzy or nauseas. Dr Prizzi showed me my lovely before & after bladder pics. Before the hydrodistention it was tan colored with some natural striations. After hydrodistention it was pinkish with lots of little red spots ... Read on »
Scanxiety by Susan Posted Mon 30 Jan 2012 8:05am Today, a plane will take off in Toronto carrying radioactive isotopes destined for Saint John, New Brunswick. At the same time, I will be in the car with my dad heading for the same destination. Once we both arrive, the isotopes will be injected into my veins. I’ll sit in a dark room for close to an hour as they spread through my body. ... Read on »
Just a recap by ANNGREGORY74 Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Oct 2009 10:43pm I keep starting and stopping this post, frustrated at my inability to collect and order my thoughts, so it's probably going to be a bumpy ride from here on out. My transplant doctor reduced the amount of tacrolimus that I've been taking from 1mg a day to .5mg a day and I'm already starting to see the difference. My opening statement not withs ... Read on »
It's not all bad by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:27pm Eight emergency calls. One refused. All others taken by ambulance. Another rushed start and off to deal with a 58 year-old homeless alcoholic with chest pain. He was lying in an alleyway with his mates, one of whom was sensibly helpful whilst the other was just annoyingly irritating. I had to ask him to stop talking a number of times while ... Read on »
German Soldiers Growing One Breast Due to Hormone Stimulation When Performing Drills And Slapping Rifles on Their Left Side̷ by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 25 Jan 2013 3:57am This is an odd story but there are about 35 men who have grown one boob and it’s on the side where the rifle slaps down.  I guess if one wanted an equal set you have to start slapping the rifle on the other side right?  I guess this would be odd to just have a boob of size on one side.  The other alternative as the article suggests is ... Read on »
Your Left Side Is Weaker Than The Right by Lacie H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 8:56am I had some balance and hearing tests done this week to rule out that something other than my Brain Tail had been causing balance problems. I was hoping that the results would point to something concrete like perhaps my inner ear as the culprit. After an hour and a half of hearing, inner ear and ear nerve tests, I had arrived at the time ... Read on »
Do you part your hair on the right or the left side? by Nadine H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 2:07am While reading Vanity Fair today, I noticed that Graydon Carter’s Editor’s Letter claims that only 10% of Americans part their hair on the right side (as I normally do), according to an old study done by sociologists John and Catherine Walter. For some reason, this intrigued me…even though the blurb further claims that right-parters like me exhib ... Read on »
Best Post of May 2013: Angulated intramitochondrial inclusions in the left leg of a man with a left-sided limp by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 03 Oct 2013 4:40pm Here's the next in our Best of the Month Series. No definitive diagnosis has been suggested since the original post on May 9, 2014 A 59-year-old male with a one-year history of limping as well as pain, weakness, and paresthesia of the left lower extremity who underwent lumbar microdiscectomy with cord decompression. Although the patient's ... Read on »
Angulated intramitochondrial inclusions in the left leg of a man with a left-sided limp by Dr. Brian M. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 06 May 2013 12:21pm A 59-year-old male with a one-year history of limping as well as pain, weakness, and paresthesia of the left lower extremity who underwent lumbar microdiscectomy with cord decompression. Although the patient's pain subsided post-operatively, his other symptoms persisted. Since his CPK levels were chronically elevated (around the 500's), biopsies ... Read on »